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Mr. Steven Pena

Home:
3121 Johnston St. Apt. 123
Lafayette, LA 70503

Work:

Home Phone: 337-212-9977
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Email: spena129@msn.com

Transfer Student from New Mexico Junior College. 3.7 cumulative GPA. Member of 2003 New Mexico Junior College Team that placed 3rd at the National Junior College Golf Tournament. Son of Stanley Pena and Barbara Pena. Younger brother of Jennifer Pena. Plan to earn a degree in Finance in 2005 and pursue a graduate degree in the same field.

Golf: THREE GOLFERS NAMED ALL-SUN BELT AS CAJUNS FINISH SECOND AT SBC

April 20, 2005 – Chris Yandle, Sports Information –

South Alabama freshman Johnny Caldwell birdied 18th hole to give Jaguars
SBC Title

PORT ST. LUCIE-South Alabama freshman golfer Johnny Caldwell birdied the
18th hole, giving the Jaguars a decisive one-shot victory over
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns here Wednesday in the final round of the
Aéropostale Sun Belt Conference Men’s Golf Championship at the PGA
Village.

Freshman Justin Lowe carded his second one-under-par 71 round of the
tournament, finishing fourth with an even-par 216 for the tournament.
Lowe carded the Cajuns’ only sub-par final round on Wednesday.

Peter Badawy, who entered the final round with tied with a two-stroke
lead, finished tied for fifth with a one-over-par 217. Senior Steven
Pena finished tied for 13th with a six-over-par 222, followed by Glyn
Bateman who finished tied for 18th overall with a nine-over-par 225.
Michael Smith, who had a tough first two rounds, bounced back to shoot a
one-over-par 73 in the third round to finish tied for 41st with a
18-over-par 234.

For their efforts, Lowe, Badawy and Pena were named to the All-Sun Belt
team.

“We played solid all week and we just came up one shot short,”
Louisiana-Lafayette head coach Bob Bass said. “I am very proud of the
way these guys came together and played as a team.”

Denver finished third overall, 14 strokes behind the Cajuns with 892.
New Orleans finished fourth with 894, followed by Middle Tennessee in
fifth at 896.

Arkansas-Little Rock’s Patrick Sullivan, who entered the final round in
a four-way tie for first, was the men’s individual champion after
shooting a three-under-par 69 final round. Sullivan finished with a
four-under-par 212. Denver’s Charlie Soule finished second – two shots
back – with a two-under-par 214. Caldwell finished third with a
one-under-par 215.

South Alabama head coach Ben Hannan was named the Sun Belt Conference
Men’s Golf Coach of the Year.

Louisiana-Lafayette, South Alabama and Denver each placed three golfers
on the All-Sun Belt team.

2005 ALL-SUN BELT MEN’S GOLF
Peter Badawy, Louisiana-Lafayette
Danny Bowen, New Mexico State
Ben Briscoe, South Alabama
Johnny Caldwell, South Alabama
Jimmy Cunningham, Denver
James Love, Denver
Justin Lowe, Louisiana-Lafayette
Kenji Maruyama, New Orleans
Steven Pena, Louisiana-Lafayette
Charlie Soule, Denver
Colin Speirs, South Alabama
Patrick Sullivan, Arkansas-Little Rock
MEN’S COACH OF THE YEAR: Ben Hannan, South Alabama

FINAL RESULTS – 2005 AÉROPOSTALE SUN BELT CONFERENCE MEN’S GOLF
CHAMPIONSHIP
Fin. Top 20 Teams Scores
1 South Alabama, U. of 296 291 290 877
2 Louisiana-Lafayette 289 297 292 878
3 Denver, U. of 299 297 296 892
4 New Orleans, U. of 295 298 301 894
5 Middle Tennessee St. 294 304 298 896
6 New Mexico State U. 292 317 289 898
7 North Texas, U. of 307 303 298 908
8 Western Kentucky U. 305 306 298 909
9 Arkansas-Little Rock 298 309 304 911
10 Arkansas State U. 302 306 310 918

Fin. Top 20 Players School Scores
1 Patrick Sullivan Ar.-L.Rock 72 71 69 212
2 Charlie Soule Denver 72 74 68 214
3 Johnny Caldwell So Alabama 71 74 70 215
4 Justin Lowe LA-Lafayet 71 74 71 216
5 Peter Badawy LA-Lafayet 73 70 74 217
Colin Speirs So Alabama 76 69 72 217
7 Kenny Green M. Tenn St 71 72 77 220
Robert Goff N. Mex. St 67 81 72 220
Josh Lampley So Alabama 70 76 74 220
10 Brent Long W Kentucky 74 77 70 221
Adam Collins N. Orleans 73 73 75 221
Aaron Moreno N. Orleans 72 76 73 221
13 Steven Pena LA-Lafayet 71 76 75 222
Nick Bailes M. Tenn St 73 76 73 222
15 James Love Denver 69 74 80 223
16 Anthony Broussard N. Texas 73 74 77 224
Jason Lindgren N. Texas 78 73 73 224
18 Sam Smith W Kentucky 76 75 74 225
Glyn Bateman LA-Lafayet 74 77 74 225
20 Danny Bowen N. Mex. St 76 78 72 226
Ben Briscoe So Alabama 80 72 74 226
Andrew Ross Ark. St. 73 78 75 226